Established in 1998, Digital Day Camp (DDC) is Eyebeam’s longest running program. A summer arts and technology intensive for NYC high school students, DDC challenges youth to apply creative thinking strategies across a range of technological tools and topics with the goal to help them develop critical, empowering, and long-lasting relationships with technology.
During DDC19, students will meet Monday through Friday for two consecutive weeks, engaging with artist-educators in lectures, hands-on workshops, and creative play around this year’s theme of ACCESS. This year, there are two sessions available to choose from, both covering the same content and instruction.
Session 1: July 15th – July 26th, 9:30am to 4pm
Session 2: July 29th – August 9th, 9:30am to 4pm
Where: 2 Metrotech @ NYU Tandon / Game Center, Downtown Brooklyn
Program Fee: $1,000 per session, which covers all educational instruction and workshop materials during the two weeks, in addition to breakfast, lunch, and snacks.
Scholarship: Full scholarships covering the program fee, a $100 stipend, and Metrocards are available for eligible students from public schools with 51% or more free or reduced lunches.
Join us for two weeks exploring the intersections of art, technology, and access!
Applications due Friday, June 14th, midnight. Notification of acceptance by Monday, July 1st.Apply to DDC 2019
We believe in experimental education and that every educational program at Eyebeam should be core to our values of openness, invention, justice, and access. Apply to be a teaching artist or a teaching assistant during DDC19!
Applications are due June 10th at midnight.Apply to be a teacher